Alcon CCX Nissan GTR

Alcon, the maker of the high-end racing braking system, announced a new carbon ceramic brake kits for supercars such as the Nissan GT-R.

You are probably familiar with the advantages of carbon ceramic brakes. They are the latest in lightweight brake technology and half the mass of a similarly sized iron disc. This alone results in significant improvements in vehicle performance and agility. They’re also fade free, excellent initial bite from hot or cold, provides fearsome stopping power, features low wear rates of both discs and pads.

No price has been mentioned yet, but CCX discs are available in numerous sizes to suit customers’ individual requirements. A number of standard supercar kits are also in development.


Alcon CCX SuperKit available now for Nissan R35 GT-R

This is the ultimate fast road/track conversion kit for the stunning R35 GT-R and features:

  • 400mm front ventilated, cross-drilled CCX discs mounted to stainless steel bells
  • 385mm rear ventilated, cross-drilled CCX discs mounted to stainless steel bells
  • New 6-piston, monobloc billet front calipers fitted with Alcon CCX-1 pads
  • 6-piston, monobloc billet rear calipers fitted with Alcon CCX-1 pads

The Nissan kit comes complete with all hardware to enable fitment within the GT-R’s original equipment 20 inch wheel rims. Similar applications for other supercars will follow shortly.

Said Alcon’s Sales Director, Jonathan Edwards: “The brake systems on most modern supercars are without doubt of a very high quality – stopping distances, brake feel a

and fade resistance are significantly better than on previous such cars.  The systems are, however, a compromise between cost, performance and refinement. The CCX range of products developed by Alcon takes things to another level and the leap in outright braking performance is a quantum one. If you want the ultimate performing brake, then the Alcon CCX system for the GT-R fits the bill perfectly, on road or track.”

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